This paper addresses the impossibilities of the circular economy from the perspective of human consciousness evolution. At each stage of evolution, we view the world as we are not as it is. This means, that as we evolve, the impossible of the previous stage can become the possible of the next stage. By employing the consciousness definition contained in integral theory by Ken Wilber, the paper discusses the blind spots of the current reductionistic thinking, how it misses the convergence of the exponentially, globally growing collective intelligence and complexity, and how it can begin to address the current chaotic disruption. The paper contends, furthermore, that a mindset evolution is occurring that is questioning the current understanding of consciousness opening the door to new possibilities. It introduces transdisciplinarity as an enquiry method for better sensemaking and uses examples from theoretical physics and cognitive science to support the argument. The paper closes by presenting the integral investing model, as the next paradigm in investing drawing on later stages of consciousness and shows how it has been successfully applied for several decades in early-stage investing and entrepreneurship to make the impossible possible.